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Guyatt G, Rennie D, Meade MO, Cook DJ
Part D Diagnosis
Chapter 17.2. Examples of Likelihood Ratios
Luz Maria Letelier, Gabriel Rada, Daniel Capurro, Solange Rivera, Victor Montori

Topics Discussed: abdominal aortic aneurysm, airway obstruction, alcohol abuse, alcohol dependence, appendicitis, acute, ascites, carotid stenosis, cerebrovascular accident, cholecystitis, acute, community acquired pneumonia, criterion standard comparisons (diagnostic tests), deep vein thrombosis, hypovolemia, influenza, likelihood ratio, melanoma, osteoporosis, peripheral vascular diseases, pulmonary embolism, renovascular hypertension

Excerpt: "In the following study, investigators enrolled asymptomatic people with risk factorsfor abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA). Their criterion standard was abdominal ultrasonography. We found the results in 1 systematic review (Table 17.2-1)...."
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